Altrusa contributes $500 to the Food Pantry


In an effort to “lead to a better community,” Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., donated $500 to the Fayette County Food Pantry during the February business meeting. The funds came from the club’s October 2019 fundraiser, the popular “Loving Spoonsful Tasting Luncheon.” Other recipients from that same event have been Cherry Hill Preschool’s reading program, the Commission on Aging’s Meals on Wheels, and the first ever college scholarship to a Fayette Christian School graduate. After the check presentation, Dr. Norma Kirby, one of three co-directors of the Food Pantry, updated the club on the history of the ecumenical project. Shown holding the $500 presentation check are Dr. Kirby and Loving Spoonsful co-chair Shelia Johnson. To their right are six Altrusans present at the meeting who volunteer regular shifts at the Food Pantry: from left (back row) Altrusa President Elaine Crutcher, Sara Creamer and Judy Levernier; (front row) Lauran Perrill, Mary Sue Spengler and Jennie Arnold.

In an effort to “lead to a better community,” Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., donated $500 to the Fayette County Food Pantry during the February business meeting. The funds came from the club’s October 2019 fundraiser, the popular “Loving Spoonsful Tasting Luncheon.” Other recipients from that same event have been Cherry Hill Preschool’s reading program, the Commission on Aging’s Meals on Wheels, and the first ever college scholarship to a Fayette Christian School graduate. After the check presentation, Dr. Norma Kirby, one of three co-directors of the Food Pantry, updated the club on the history of the ecumenical project. Shown holding the $500 presentation check are Dr. Kirby and Loving Spoonsful co-chair Shelia Johnson. To their right are six Altrusans present at the meeting who volunteer regular shifts at the Food Pantry: from left (back row) Altrusa President Elaine Crutcher, Sara Creamer and Judy Levernier; (front row) Lauran Perrill, Mary Sue Spengler and Jennie Arnold.


Photo courtesy of Alice Craig

In an effort to “lead to a better community,” Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., donated $500 to the Fayette County Food Pantry during the February business meeting. The funds came from the club’s October 2019 fundraiser, the popular “Loving Spoonsful Tasting Luncheon.” Other recipients from that same event have been Cherry Hill Preschool’s reading program, the Commission on Aging’s Meals on Wheels, and the first ever college scholarship to a Fayette Christian School graduate. After the check presentation, Dr. Norma Kirby, one of three co-directors of the Food Pantry, updated the club on the history of the ecumenical project. Shown holding the $500 presentation check are Dr. Kirby and Loving Spoonsful co-chair Shelia Johnson. To their right are six Altrusans present at the meeting who volunteer regular shifts at the Food Pantry: from left (back row) Altrusa President Elaine Crutcher, Sara Creamer and Judy Levernier; (front row) Lauran Perrill, Mary Sue Spengler and Jennie Arnold.

In an effort to “lead to a better community,” Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., donated $500 to the Fayette County Food Pantry during the February business meeting. The funds came from the club’s October 2019 fundraiser, the popular “Loving Spoonsful Tasting Luncheon.” Other recipients from that same event have been Cherry Hill Preschool’s reading program, the Commission on Aging’s Meals on Wheels, and the first ever college scholarship to a Fayette Christian School graduate. After the check presentation, Dr. Norma Kirby, one of three co-directors of the Food Pantry, updated the club on the history of the ecumenical project. Shown holding the $500 presentation check are Dr. Kirby and Loving Spoonsful co-chair Shelia Johnson. To their right are six Altrusans present at the meeting who volunteer regular shifts at the Food Pantry: from left (back row) Altrusa President Elaine Crutcher, Sara Creamer and Judy Levernier; (front row) Lauran Perrill, Mary Sue Spengler and Jennie Arnold.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/02/web1_20200206_191832-3-.jpgIn an effort to “lead to a better community,” Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., donated $500 to the Fayette County Food Pantry during the February business meeting. The funds came from the club’s October 2019 fundraiser, the popular “Loving Spoonsful Tasting Luncheon.” Other recipients from that same event have been Cherry Hill Preschool’s reading program, the Commission on Aging’s Meals on Wheels, and the first ever college scholarship to a Fayette Christian School graduate. After the check presentation, Dr. Norma Kirby, one of three co-directors of the Food Pantry, updated the club on the history of the ecumenical project. Shown holding the $500 presentation check are Dr. Kirby and Loving Spoonsful co-chair Shelia Johnson. To their right are six Altrusans present at the meeting who volunteer regular shifts at the Food Pantry: from left (back row) Altrusa President Elaine Crutcher, Sara Creamer and Judy Levernier; (front row) Lauran Perrill, Mary Sue Spengler and Jennie Arnold. Photo courtesy of Alice Craig